Explore Malaga, Picasso's birthplace, in an open-top bus. Hop-on and off at any of the stops and listen to the multilingual audio commentary. Gain…
This private tour turns a classic Málaga sightseeing tour into an interactive treasure hunt balanced between sightseeing, information, independence,…
Visit the Museo Carmen Thyssen in Málaga, housed in the 16th-century Palacio de Villalón, and explore the treasures of 19th-century Spanish and…
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It is not easy to find an activity that will satisfy 4 adults and an 8 year old child but we found one with the Malaga Treasure Hunt. The experience is enormous fun, imaginative and engaging. It gives a great overview of many of the main points of interest in Malaga City while also uncovering some of the lesser known and fascinating facts/histories and legends that bring a place to life. The hunt is set up brilliantly — in our group we were able to hand over leadership to our wisest and youngest member and follow her as she navigated the city. At the same time, some of the puzzles were intriguing enough to give the adult members of the group pause for thought.
Was a good experience, we went all the way round on the first day , to give us an idea of what we wanted to see and the next day we did the castle, Picasso museum, motor museum and the boat ride which could have done with more info about the places we were passing, so that was a bit boring, the motor museum was really good and the castle would have been good if they had some English translation of what was written on the walls. The staff on all the services were brilliant.
Great value for money. We sat on the bus for the whole route and listened to the commentary. As we had the museum experience we were able to pop into an extra museum for half an hour which we would not have done if we had to pay the full entry fee. 48 hours was a bit rush to fit in everything but we probably saw more than we would have done if we didn't have the restriction.
it was nice experience to see how the way of painting changing through the years. I loved mostly paintings with small details - great work! it is so easy for us to capture the moment but for them it took months or years. That was my experience, was it worth the money? I don't know. I had a feeling that I missed something.
Great , it goes all over the main attractions. The explanations provided by the audio commentary via headsets were extremely informative. Note: avoid the "green line". It is just a minibus, no panoramic views, no attractions, it solely transports people to a few museums that are further away. But the red line is great.